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  • February 06, 2013, 14:54 | Posted by Roland1971

    if your computer is rather obsolete i cant help but suggest you free windows as operating system. it runs pretty good on such computers. web site
  • November 08, 2012, 11:28 | Posted by Gideon1983

    slow and buggy ui which crashes a lot (the engine itself seems solid). overall bitdefender 14 seems *very* comprehensive, if not particularly friendly. quite configurable, but some of the defaults are a bit odd - if you dig around you'll see. seemed to do very good finding existing malware but not quite as great at blocking new infections. bd is also more expensive than just about anything except kaspersky, which isn't helpful considering its issues. if the console becomes more optimized and less twitchy, and the realtime protection improves a little i think bd will be a top contender..maybe even worth the price.i would've put a 4 but we need to balance out tolique's self-serving little post, so only a 2 for you, bd :)
  • February 13, 2013, 14:51 | Posted by Britton1983

    wow what a tool from a top developer. thanks :)fwet: i couldnt resist answering your dumb comment:so hitler-tone is not as offensive as jesus-sonic ???
  • October 03, 2012, 04:27 | Posted by Baldwin1975

    granted a good programmer can write good code. but structured programming from the basic world is no longer adapted for object oriented programming. unless i am unfortunate but what i have seen is that developers used to the structured programing approach don't transition well to oop. the old habits which have some remnants in syntax and style are minor. the abuse of broad scoping in variables, & method is already more annoying. the tendency of designing a class as a "module" which results in a monolithic class "do everything", the lack of encapsulation, the little use of inheritance (if ever), etc. are clearly a maintenance burden. even though a class designed in a "basic" way of thinking fulfills perfectly the requirements. the only problem is a higher maintenance effort.even an excellent implementation of basic will be subject to subtle side effects and will suffer some difficulties to cope with specs change. because it doesn't have the facilities of abstraction, inheritance, polymorphism, etc. that oop provides.and as unbelievable as it could appears, i know quite well basic actually (or may be too well?). i have learn oop and forced myself to think oop. writing good code that works is fine. writing robust code, side-effects free, which evolves better with lower maintenance is better achieved with oop.if you think basic can still fit your coding needs then, by all means use it. the comments below are pretty much similar to what i used to get from "old school" senior developers. i have no trouble of people getting the job done. but in a team working with oop language and some developers still think the "basic" way, that hinders the team efforts and set bad example for junior developers.
  • October 16, 2012, 07:51 | Posted by Tristram1981

    usage idea: you're in a hotel room and your laptop has a wired connection to the internet, but want to share that connection with another laptop, smartphone, ipod, wifi camera etc, or:you have a spare computer in your office and would like to set up a wifi network for you, or visitors to be able to use, or.maybe you just realise that whilst you pay for internet, you actually use very little and therefore are kind and generous enough to let people use your connection when you are not. either way, great idea, nice app
  • September 17, 2012, 08:06 | Posted by Rudolph1977

    this is far far different from batchrun (.brs files). it is notepad optimized to create exe's which you compile by hand using the tools in this gui. world's away from batchrun
  • October 12, 2012, 23:48 | Posted by Philip1986

    "for further i stop the discussion cause you are trying to be the wiseguy and not let me have my opinion with my low rating for now"rate it however you like. all i'm asking is that you stop coming in here every time there's a new release and lying about the software by trying to convince people that it won't work with any private tracker. you've done it like three times in a row, now. people read these reviews in order to get accurate information so they can make their own decisions. you can get your point across about utp without deliberately misleading people in order to do so.beyond that, it's pretty clear that you have some sort of irrational animosity towards this software that isn't backed up by reality. i've already appealed to your sense of reason, but reason apparently isn't enough, and there's not much else i can do. so i won't try.but i can still appeal to your sense of decency. all i'm asking is that you be honest and factual, not that you like utorrent 2.
  • December 23, 2012, 05:30 | Posted by Saul1989

    the release notes say it is for the sblive "value" only. has anyone seen the version for the regular sblive? or, are they the same?
  • March 27, 2013, 03:49 | Posted by Benedick1974

    tried this and absolutely love it. find it indispensable. old cool beans sysinfo isn't cutting it any more. very well written and thought out.

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